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Employing Innovation – A Legacy of Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Innovators

Employing Innovation – A Legacy of Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Innovators

This is the second in a series of innovation pieces leading up to the 3rd Annual Global IP Summit on November 5 & 6, 2015. Check out the other posts in this series – Part 1: Why Innovation Policy is Critical Now; Part 3: Being Competitive in the Global Marketplace; Part 4: Innovation Policy: the Elephant in the Room. At the Summit, […]

Achieving the Unimaginable, International Innovation

Achieving the Unimaginable, International Innovation

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Whether it is improved health and safety, or economic growth and entrepreneurship, both developing and developed economies are impacted through leading edge research and business developments.

New technologies and creative enterprises are indicative of knowledge-based economies, and many countries and international policy makers are becoming increasingly more aware of the role intellectual property plays in maintaining, and or developing, their competiveness in the global economy.

IP Champion in the News: Rocker Tells Chinese Musicians: Fight For Your Rights

IP Champion in the News: Rocker Tells Chinese Musicians: Fight For Your Rights

By Ashley Mergen In case you missed it, GIPC 2014 IP Champions continue to make the news. Last week, musician David Lowery’s (of Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven fame) recent effort to empower and educate Chinese musicians to fight piracy was profiled in the Wall Street Journal: Mr. Lowery toured China this week both to […]

Year One of the Copyright Alert System: Did it Work?

Year One of the Copyright Alert System: Did it Work?

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The release of 10 months of data from the initial phase of the Copyright Alert System (CAS) – a voluntary system with multiple stakeholders including ISPs, movie and music industry, and consumer advocates – has proven very promising.